Apple keeps Filipino customers happy
Philippines - Apple has launched iTunes Store in 12 regional markets in Asia Pacific including the the Philippines.
Together with the Philippines, the iTunes Store also launched in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Brunei, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Laos, Macau, Taiwan, Sri Lanka and Vietnam.
With the new store customers can choose more than 20 million songs, rent or buy movies from studios such as 20th Century Fox, Warner Brothers, Paramount, Universal and Disney.
Apple, however, has left out China, one of its major source of revenues, this time around.
iTunes stores is already present in Australia, New Zealand and Japan.
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